christine cotton

Christine Cotton

Project Coordinator

About Christine Cotton


Christine Cotton joined ILR Executive Education in 2006 as program manager, and oversaw open enrollment, nomination only and custom learning programs. She recently transitioned to a new role within Executive Education and now focuses most of her time on operations and budgets/finances.

Prior to joining Executive Education, Christine worked with Cornell’s division of Alumni Affairs & Development. She holds an A.S. degree in Business Administration and has taken several courses at Cornell in Human Resources and Culinary Arts. When she’s not number crunching, Christine enjoys spinning, cooking and birdwatching.



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